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© Center for Jewish Art, Photographer: Radovan, Zev, 02.1994
Portrait of the artist V. Yakovlev occupies the most of the composition. It is painted a close-up; we can see his face, shoulders and the right hand. He is depicted as a middle-aged man with massive features of his face. He has a pipe in his mouth. His hair, eyebrows and eyes are painted in black color ; a forehead is bright-yellow; the big nose is outlined with red contour. Shades of the face, clothes and the hand are gray, the background is black. A wash paint trickles dawn from his eyes.
Name/Title
Portrait of Volodia Yakovlev | Unknown
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Date
1992
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Material/Technique
Brush, broad strokes, wash layers of paint
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1000 mm
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P | Portrait
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Extant
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Historical significance: Collective Memory/Folklore
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Ornamentation
Custom
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Ruling
Pricking
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Direction/Location
Façade (main)
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Location of Torah Ark
Location of Apse
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Signature
Signature in LL. Michail Grobman 1989, in square Latin letters; "Portret Volodi Yakovleva" [Portrait of Volodja Yakovlev] 1992 g.[year], T.A. [Tel-Aviv],in square Cyrillic letters; In LR. Michail Grobman no2813, in cursive Hebrew lwtters; brush, gouache
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Summary and Remarks
The picture belongs to the group of the works painted in expressive manner between 1985th and 1989th. At the same time it is one of the several artist's works devoted to Russian Avant-Garde artists. Vladimir Yakovlev is a close friend of Grobman and one of the founders of the Second Russian Avant-Garde. The portrait was painted shortly after the visit of M.Grobman to Moscow where he call on his friend in a hospital for mental diseases.
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History/Provenance
Painted in Israel.
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Documenter
| M.G. 6.1994
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Architectural Drawings
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Computer Reconstruction
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